The Bulgarian-Romanian Teaching "Poseidon - 2019" Begins Today
In Constanta, Romania begins the Bulgarian-Romanian anti-mine "Poseidon - 2019".
Fleet Command is the structure that planned and will lead this exercise, with 10 Romanian military ships, four foreign military ships from Bulgaria, Germany, Spain and Turkey, as well as two fast-moving divers. The aerial sequences of the exercise will be provided by a Puma Naval helicopter, two MiG 21 LanceRs and two F-16s of the Romanian Air Force.
The main objectives of the exercise are to enhance the interoperability of ships and crews participating in a multi-national context and to certify the capabilities of the Romanian Navy provided to NATO in the coming period. Vessels will leave March 4th, from Constanta Harbor, to execute scheduled seas.
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